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Research outputs: DEVELOPMENT
Technological and economic development benefits a minority of the global population, challenging universities to consider how a transformati...
Changing the face of Africa's primary economic sector with more radical, modern ways of meeting basic economic needs is emphasized. The cha...
Cooperatives in South Africa should fit into a developmental context to respond especially to the realities of the country's second economy,...